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Interesting W. Pond Radiused Rabbet Plane. .
This looks like a standard small bench smoother but the sole has been relieved to allow it to be used as a rabbet plane in either the right or left hand direction. Further more, the sole has been radiused to enable it to work these rabbets around corners. I assume it's a coach maker's plane. The plane has an even, honest patina, including the relieved area long the sole which I believe is factory-original. The blade is long and clean and has no damage. It's a small plane measuring 8.5in long with a 1 3/8in wide double iron. It's a nice plane by this New Haven, CT maker.
$30
Item Number wbp389
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Most Unusual 60 Degree Single-Iron Coffin Smoother.
This is the highest angle bench plane I've come across. It's marked H.C. Draper at the toe, a name I can't find in either the British or American planemakers books. It holds a nice A. Howland 2 1/4in wide single iron. The iron has no pitting and is quite sharp. I've never used a plane with this high of an attack angle so I quickly honed it and gave it a whirl. It worked well, but there's a downside to that ultra-high angle.. It makes it really hard to push. The plane is clean and crisp with a freshly flattened sole. The plane once held a double iron- there was a groove in the bed to accept the cap iron's nut. It's been filled and the bed lined with a thin piece of leather. The plane measures 6.5in overall. It's an interesting plane for sure.
$55
Item Number wbp388
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Tiny British Wooden Router.
This is a well-made little router plane with a 1/4in wide blade. It's held in place with a screw set in a brass escutcheon. It measures only 4in wide and works quite well for such a simple little router
$25
Item Number wbp373
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Excellent British Style Wooden Side Rabbet.
This is one of th ebetter wooden side rabbets I've come across. TI has a very long blade in excellent condition. The plane has a wide, thick steel plate that functions as the sole of the plane. It functions in much the same way a Stanley 98 or 99 would, riding along the bottom and side of a groove to widen and tune it. It's a beautiful working example of this hard to find tool.
$60
Item Number mp1434
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*Working* D. Malloch, Perth 5/8in Flat Ovolo in Excellent Working Order.
This is a crisp, clean, nicely preserved molder in excellent working condition. I put some time into honing the blade, getting it quite sharp and matching the sole profile well. It projects evenly across the profile and cuts very well, leaving a nice clean, crisp ovolo. The plane has a cabinet pitch blade with zero pitting on the back. It has a very tight mouth. The profile it leaves is 5/8in wide and about 3/16in deep, a nice way to break the edge of a table top, shelf, drawer front, etc. It's also an easy plane to use with its nice wide fence to help keep it at the proper spring angle. It's a great plane to start with.
$90
Item Number mp1430
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Interesting American Double Iron Fixed Sash Plane by M. Smith.
This plane was made by an M. Smith- the same mark appears in AWP-IV, complete with the same slanted "S" and is listed as "UR" with one previous example found with this mark. It cuts a simple sash profile with a bevel on the inside and rabbet for the glass on the outside. Both wedges have sheared finials but they still work well. The blades are in decent shape. It's a nice plane by a mystery maker.
$30
Item Number mp1418
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Very Early 3/8in Flat Ogee.
This is clearly a 18th century plane with a maker's mark I can't quite decipher. It looks like "InDORAIN" to me, but the first three letters are a little fuzzy. The last five are certainly "ORAIN". It's a cute little plane in very good condition. It's clearly old and has a bit of wear and patina but nothing major. The blade is still very long and surprisingly clean. It's usable, and very early.
$45
Item Number mp1415
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Excellent Sims, London 5/8in Flat Reverse Ogee.
This small lambs tongue profile was intended to be a sash plane but will decorate the edge of a shelf or table top just as well. It's a simple plane to use with a nice big depth stop and fence. The plane was marked Sims but also has the Atkin and Son logo. Goodman mentions that Atkin may have acquired the Sims name in order to take advantage of the prestige of a "London made" plane. The plane is crisp and clean with minimal wear. The mouth is super tight. The cabinet pitch blade has zero pitting and almost all of its original length. The bevel has a small ding that will need a quick stop at the grinding wheel to rectify. Otherwise it's a top condition plane with a very useful small profile.
$55
Item Number mp1411
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Wm. Marples 5/8in Flat Ogee.
This plane is in good, usable condition with some wear but no damage. The blade is very long and has absolutely no pitting on the back. IT needs a quick touch-up at the grinding wheel to make it match the sole exactly, but it's not far off and won't take much work. It's a common profile but a very useful one anywhere you want to put a decorative break on an edge.
$45
Item Number mp1403
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Specialty Grooving Plane.
This plane cuts a 5/32in wide groove. It's a unique design and is marked "REg US Pat. Office. The blade is nice and clean and the plane is completely usable.
$25
Item Number mp1400
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Mint Stanley 6ft Zig-Zag Rule .
This is a dead-mint 6ft zig-zagmodel no. 35-106. It has all original paint, and works perfectly. No longer made today, these rules could do things no other could
$25
Item Number mml1363
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Excellent North Brothers "Yankee" no. 30 Medium Duty Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is an very good example example in perfect working order and only minor wear. this is the model without the return spring. It is intended for two-handed use and is safe near fragile objects, kids, etc. It has a nice smooth action and straight shaft. It can be used as either a"Yankee" screwdriver using the spiral and a push motion, or as a standard ratchet screwdriver with the mechanism is locked. it comes with four bits, three flat screwdrivers, and one Phillips. It's a handy tool to have whenever you have a lot of assembly to do.
$25
Item Number m1172
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Excellent Millers Falls no. 67 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
this is an excellent example in perfect working order with virtually all of its original finish. It has a nice smooth action and straight shaft. It can be used as either a"Yankee" screwdriver using the spiral and a push motion, or as a standard ratchet screwdriver with the mechanism is locked. it comes with four bits, three flat screwdrivers, and one Phillips. It's a handy tool to have whenever you have a lot of assembly to do.
$25
Item Number m1169
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North Brothers no. 41 Push Drill.
This automatic "Yankee" push drill is in very good working order. It's a fantastic drill for boring tiny holes especially in thin stock. It gives you a much more precise feel than a small bit chucked in a power drill. It has a nice strong spring, smooth mechanism. There are seven bits of various sizes in the magazine. A nice working example
$22
Item Number m1166
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Hu Ohio Flat Ovolo and Bevel Molder.
This is a massive 3 1/4 wide molding plane that cuts a 2in wide by 3/4in deep profile. It's a massive hunk of beech that would make an equally good bookend. the blade is in decent condition but would need a grind before use to get the nicks out. The body is fairly dark overall but has little wear or signs of use. It is an Ohio model 64.
$50
Item Number m1151
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Early Millers Falls no. 13 8in Brace.
This is a simple Barber Improved non-ratchet 8in brace. It has a nice cocobolo head and handle with no damage and exceptional grain and color. The chuck is simple and quite functional with some wear on the shell but none to the jaws. A small non-ratchet brace like this is great for driving screws, running a countersink, or small bits. The lack of a check give you a much better feel for the work since there are less moving bits to transfer power through. It's a decent working example.
$35
Item Number d758
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Fray no. 102 10in Ratchet Brace.
This is an uncommon Fray brace with a 10in sweep and heavy-duty chuck. It has some dings, scratches, and wear, but it works well. It's a good, usable general-purpose brace suitable for almost any job.
$25
Item Number d757
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Massive Howarth 5/8in Socket Gouge.
This is a huge gouge with a tough handle obviously made for the toughtes twork. IT's ground with an incannel bevel and has an exceptionally deep sweep. The back has been polished and has no pitting. It's a beast of a gouge in great user condition.
$35
Item Number c1413
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Disston 1887 "The Saw" pamphlet Reprint.
this is a small 32 page pamphlet on Disston saws and accessories. It is in excellent condition.
$10
Item Number b506
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Scarce Otis A Smith 1905 Catalog REprint.
This small 26 page catalog contains Smith's line of boring tools,vises, planes, and revolvers.
$10
Item Number b503
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Lufkin 1905 Catalog Reprint.
This 110 page reprint of the original 1920 catalog is in excellent condition. It features Lufkin's full line of rules and tapes. It's a good reference book to have in your library.
$10
Item Number b464
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MP Walters Sons, Philadelphia 1888 Wood Workers Tools Catalog Reprint .
This is a top-quality reprint published by Roger R Smith in 1981. It contains 200+ pages of all sorts of woodworking tools including some interesting treadle machinery. It is in excellent condition with almost no wear. It's a hard to find reprint and a great reference.
$20
Item Number b495
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1872 Stanley Rule and Level Co catalog Reprint.
This is a Ken Roberts reprint and contains additional information about Stanley and Leonard Bailey before and after the meat of the original catalog. It has 50 pages of Stanley's full line of tools at the time. It is in very good condition with minor wear.
$15
Item Number b497
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Scarce Union Tool Co Catalog Reprint.
This is a 54 page pocket sized catalog for the Union tool Company of New Britain, CT. It probably dates to ca. 1900. It is in very good condition.
$15
Item Number b512
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Scarce JB Addis 1in Flat Paring Gouge.
This is a rarity in the Addis line of edge tools. It's a huge 15in long very flat coping or paring gouge with a nicely turned boxwood handle. The back is dead clean and polished. The bevel needs some work but it has no chips. It's the first Addis oping gouge I recall seeing and it's a beauty.
$35
Item Number c1279
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Tillotson 7/8in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is on the short side but there's a lot of life in it still. The bevel is very sharp, ready to work. The back is clean and polished.
$24
Item Number c1333
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Big F. Woodcock, Sheffield 1 1/2in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This is a 13in long stout firmer made by Woodcock. It has a good blade with a clean back. The handle has a few small chip out of the very end but is otherwise fine. It's a quality piece of Sheffield steel that should prove to be a top user chisel.
$26
Item Number c1347
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Unmarked 3/8in Pigsticker Mortise Chsiel.
This is a massive mortise chisel with an extra long blade, measuring 13in long overall. There is a very light mark that I can't make out. The beech handle is near perfect. The blade has no pitting on the back. The bevel looks freshly ground. It looks like a quality user mortise chisel to add to your kit.
$35
Item Number c1372
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Gorgeous Ward 1 1/4in Flat Crank-Neck Paring Gouge.
This boxwood-handled patternmaker's chisel has an exceptionally clean and crisp blade without a speck of pitting anywhere. It has a nearly flat sweep and very sharp bevel. The only defect at all is the two small checks in the handle right at the ferrule, otherwise it's in nearly perfect condition.It'll be a fantastic worker.
$26
Item Number c1382
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Big Mathieson Lock Mortis eChisel.
This is a larger swan neck chisel than most.. It's 9/16 wide and 20in long overall, with almost all of that in the thick, heavy blade. It has some light pitting on the back but it laps easily and shouldn't pose much of an obstacle. There's lots of life left in this one.
$40
Item Number c1383
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Five Stanley 750 Bevel-Edge Chisels, Zero Handles.
These are five good chisels in need of handles. The sizes are 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 7/8in, and 1in. None have any pitting on the back at all.
$50
Item Number c1384
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Stout TH Witherby 3/4in Socket Gouge.
This is a nice thick gouge measuring a bit over 13in long overall. The inside face is completely free of pitting and the bevel is quite sharp. It's about a no. 7 sweep.
$28
Item Number c1385
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SJ Addis no. 5 1/8in Tiny Carving Gouge.
This gouge has a nice boxwood handle and a very thin, flexible blade. Made by Ward for SJ ADdis in the late 19th century. An excellent carving tool of the highest quality.
$25
Item Number c1386
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Charles Buck 1/4in Carving Gouge.
This gouge is a 1/4in no, 7 sweep. TI has an excellent handle with nice curly figure. The bevel needs a final grinding and honing, but the flat inside face is nice and clean.
$24
Item Number c1387
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Tiny Buck Bros 1/8in no. 8 Sweep Carving Gouge.
This is a tiny incannel paring or scribing gouge in excellent condition. The flat back has no pitting at all. The bevel is sharp. It's a very scarce smaller size coping or carving gouge
$24
Item Number c1388
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Excellent James Swan 3/4in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This is a nice general-pourpose bench chisel made by Swan in Seymour, CT. It has an exceptionally clean blade with no pitting at all on the back. The bevel looks freshly hollow-ground. It should be a top quality worker made by one of the best.
$26
Item Number c1389
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Buck Brothers 1/4in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This is a simple small firmer made by America's best. It has a flat,clean back with zero pitting and a nice sharp bevel. the handle is simple, but it works. It will work well.
$22
Item Number c1390
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Tiny Ward 3/16in Carving Gouge.
This is a 3/16in in wide noo 7 sweep out cannell gouge with a nice boxwood handle. It was made by Ward, one of the best. The flat inside face has no pitting whatever.
$22
Item Number c1391
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Buck Brothers 1/4in Crank-Neck Patternmakers Gouge.
This is a perfectly usable example of one of Buck's finest gouges- 1/3in and medium sweep. The apple handle was painted red as a shop owner's mark, but the paint could be removed easily enough. The back is completely clean and polished without a speck of pitting. It's one of the harder sizes to find in this form.
$26
Item Number c1392
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Excellent W. Butcher 5/8in Tang Carving Gouge.
This gouge is in excellent working order. The inside face is perfectly clean and free of pitting. The boxwood handle is like new. The bevel is sharp. It's about as nice as they come.
$25
Item Number c1393
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Extra-Stout TH Witherby 7/8in Incennel Gouge.
this is a big, stout gouge with a hooped handle and extra-stout blade ready for tough work. The handle is excellent, the blade is perfectly clean and free of any pitting. The bevel needs a grind to correct some dings, but that's the only flaw at all. Top Witherby quality in an unusual form.
$26
Item Number c1394
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Nice Small 3/8in Butcher Tang Chisel.
This is a cute little tang firmer chisel in great shape. It measures only 7.5in overall. It has a perfectly clean blade without any pitting. The handle is nicely shaped and fits in the palm well. It's a solid user for fine detail work.
$20
Item Number c1396
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Extra-Long, Extra-Fine PEXTO 1/8in Socket Chisel.
This bevel-edge socket chisel is in exceptional condition with no damage or pitting at all to the blade and a nice tight, original handle. Its blade is long and thin with a good amount of flex to it, making it ideal for pairing, especially through small dovetails. PEXTO made top quality tools in Southington, CT.
$26
Item Number c1397
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Buck Brothers 1/4in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This small tang chisel has a perfectly clean back with no pitting. The apple handle is nicely shaped and has no damage. It measures 9.5in overall.
$24
Item Number c1398
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Buck Brothers 1in Incannel Copig Gouge.
This 11in long gouge has a 1in wide blade with a fairly deep no. 8 sweep. It has a nice clean back with no pitting and an incannel bevel for carving, coping or paring. The apple handle is original and in excellent condition. The bavel is in nice condition with no dings or chips. It should be a top quality user made by the best.
$28
Item Number c1399
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Four Good, Usable Hardware Store Brand Socket Bench Chisels.
This collection consists of: Hudson Handsome 1/8in Bevel-Edge Chisel in great shape marked "Hudson Handsome". A 5/8in Everkeen Socket bevel-edge chisel in beautiful condition. A BlueGrass 1in Bevel-Edge chisel, much like a Stanley 750, in ready to use condition. and a SureKut 1 1/2in Socket Chisel in good condition. All are usable with some tuning. A good starter set of a mix of sizes.
$45
Item Number c1400
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Extra-Long Witherby 1/2in Socket Paring Chisel.
This 13in long bevel-edge chisel has no pitting on the back and a nice handle. It should be a good user for fine paring work.
$26
Item Number c1402
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Exceptional Tillotson 7/8in Tang Paring Chisel..
This chisel is lapped, honed, and ready to work. It's 9in long overall with a nicely shaped handle. Just off the former owner's bench and ready to go.
$25
Item Number c1403
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Excellent I Sorby 3/8in Crank-Neck Paring Gouge.
This boxwood-handled inceannell gouge has most of its original "Punch" logo decal on the handle. The back of the blade is perfectly clean and the bevel is nice and sharp. The blade is thin and flexible, ideal for paring and coping. Crank-neck gouges were typically used by pattern makers, though they work well for a variety of tasks. It's as nice as they come.
$30
Item Number c1404
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Excellent Set of 12 Narex Bench Chisels.
This is a barely used set of 12 Narex bevel-edge chisels. These have been lapped and honed and most are ready to use. These are inexpensive but high quality chisels made of quality chrome-maganese steel. They have beech hooped handles and are well suited to be general-purpose bench chisels. The lengths are 8-10 inches. Sizes included (in mm) 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 16, 18, 20, 26, 32, 40, and 50.
$110
Item Number c1405
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Excellent Buck Brothers Socket Paring Gouge.
This 1 1/4in wide incannel paring gouge has a gorgeous apple handle and a nice clean, sharp blade. There are a few specks of pitting, but nothing that should pose any sort of obstacle to sharpening. The blade has an early Buck logo with the stamped star next to the logo. The profile is fairly deep- a no, 8 sweep.
$35
Item Number c1406
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Set of Six New Narex Mortise Chisels.
This is a set of new, almost completely unused, stout mortise chisels. Sizes include 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, and 1/2in. Excellent quality at an affordable price.
$75
Item Number c1407
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Nice Pair of Greenlee Bench Chisels.
This is a pair of 1/2 and 1 1/4in bench chisels made in rockford, IL by Greenlee. They are in great shape with nice lapped backs.
$30
Item Number c1408
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Swiss-Made 3/8in V Tool.
This is a no, 12 V carving tool no. 12/8. It's in nearly new condition , lapped and ready to use.
$24
Item Number c1409
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Two Cherries no. 3363 Chip Carving Knife.
Excellent condition, sharp and ready to use.
$12
Item Number c1410
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Near Mint Stanley 750 1in Socket Chisel.
This chisel is in nearly mint condition with a perfect blade and nearly all original finish on the handle including the original decal.
$30
Item Number c1411
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Four Unused James Swan Tang Chisels.
These four chisels have never been used. They need handles, obviously. Sizes include two 3/8in, one 7/16, one 1/2in.
$50
Item Number c1412
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Three Nice Long Socket Gouges.
These three gouges came from the same owner so I'll keep them together for now. From top to bottom on the first photo: 3/8in incannell PS&W 14in long overall. It has a perfect handle and a nice polished back without pitting. 1/2in Witherby 12in long overall. This one also is incannel and polished on the back without pitting. And finally, a Keen Kutter 5/8in outcannel gouge measuring 13in overall. Extra-clean and polished on the inside face but for one speck of pitting near the bevel. A nice usable trio
$80
Item Number c1414
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Buck Brothers 5/8in Flat Carving Chisel.
This is a double-bevel carving chisel 5/8in wide at the business end. It's in excellent condition.
$26
Item Number c1415
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Early Backus Patent 10in Brace.
This is a very good working example of an early ca. 1872 patent Backus brace. It has an iron pad and maple handle. The frame has some patina but no rust. The jaws work perfectly. The lack of a ratchet gives it a more positive feel since there's fewer moving bits between your body and the work. It's an unusual brace in a great general-purpose size.
$35
Item Number d752
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Early PS&W No. 102 10in Ratchet Brace.
This is an early an interesting Peck, Stowe, and Wilcox brace. The ratchet (Patent Dec 30, 1884) is engaged and disengaged with two spring-loaded latches that engage the ratchet pawls. The heavy-duty chuck (pat Deb 11, 1879) is in excellent working order and the jaws are perfect. The rosewood handle and pad are nearly perfect with the handle having especially nice grain. It's a great working example in a useful size. It's certainly an interesting brace to add to your working kit or collection.
$40
Item Number d753
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Extra Heavy-Duty Stanley 8in no. 813 Ratchet Brace .
This is one of Stanley's best heavy-duty braces in very good working order. It's rather plain with its stained hardwood handle and pad, but no expense was spared with the ball bearing chuck and pad. It has virtually all original nickel on the frame and only minor discoloration on the chuck shell. The wood is in excellent condition. It's a great example to put to work.
$40
Item Number d754
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Extra Heavy-Duty Stanley 10in no. 813 Ratchet Brace .
This is one of Stanley's best heavy-duty braces in good working order. It's rather plain with its stained hardwood handle and pad, but no expense was spared with the ball bearing chuck and pad. It has most of the original nickel on the frame with some areas of discoloration. The wood is a bit dry with some finish loss. There are no mechanical problems, however. It's a great example to put to work.
$30
Item Number d755
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Millers Falls no 732 10in Hold-All Brace.
This is a slightly dirty, but perfectly usable Hold-All brace, one of Milers Falls betters designs capable of holding jus about any bit regardless of the shape of the shank. The head and chuck have ball bearings to take up the force of turning big bits. This one has a nice tight head with no slop. The frame is missing some nickel, and the chuck has some discoloration. The wood has most of the original finish and the handle has some of the original decal. So, it isn't the prettiest but it'll be a great worker.
$30
Item Number d756
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Millers Falls no. 32 10in Barber Ratchet Brace.
This is an earlier Millers Falls brace made before the move to Greenfield, MA in 1939. It has a cocobolo head and handle, both in great shape with nice color. The Barber Improved chuck is in good working order with a smooth ratchet. It has some discoloration and minor wear, but it's still in good working order.
$30
Item Number d759
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Exceptional Stanley no. 924 8in Brace.
Thisi is crisp and near perfect example made before the 1949 patent was issued for the ratchet. The nickel is perfect, as is the wood. The ratchet and chuck work perfectly. It's as nice as they come.
$55
Item Number d760
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Handful of Assorted Countersinks.
This is a lot of twelve countersinks for use with a brace. It includes: three various sized rose heads, six various sized snailshell (including one Starrett and a stanley), a patented adjustable (and easily sharpened), one unidentified I think might be a Standard Tool Co., and an early diamond point that could be used on wood or soft metals. All look usable to me. Enough countersinks to last quite a while.
$30
Item Number d761
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Excellent Matched Set of Six Screwdriver Bits for a Brace.
This set contains five matching and graduated Craftsman (made by Millers Falls) flat screwdriver bits, and one early Stanley Phillips patent bit. All are in excellent condition. Screwdriver bits are great to use in a brace because of the massive amount of torque you can generate with a brace paired with the excellent tactile feedback a brace provides in use.
$25
Item Number d762
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Four Early Style Graduated Screwdriver Bits for a Brace.
this is a set of four unmatched cabinetmakers style brace bits made by Tuck, Buck Brothers, and other. The set is in exceptionally clean condition. Screwdriver bits are great to use in a brace because of the massive amount of torque you can generate with a brace paired with the excellent tactile feedback a brace provides in use.
$20
Item Number d763
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Set of Four Graduated Screwdriver Bits for a Brace.
This set consists of three Fulton bits in varied sizes and a small Stanley bit. All have square tapered shanks for use in a two-jaw brace. Screwdriver bits are great to use in a brace because of the massive amount of torque you can generate with a brace paired with the excellent tactile feedback a brace provides in use.
$15
Item Number d764
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Set of Assorted Boring Tools for a Brace.
This collection of brace bits was found together and represent a decent working set. They aren't matched and come from different makers- this is obviously an assembled set, put together out of need or required function. The bits all have about the same patina for the most part. All appear to be usable and there's some interesting bits within. The set contains, from left to right int he first photo: (2) decent spoon bits in sizes 3/8 and 1/2in. These are real spoon bits. Two shell bits, Five nosing bits in excellent condition, a bunch of smaller sash sies shell/piercing bits. Four gimlets, five twist bits, all recently sharpened. It also contains three countersinks and two turnscrew bits. It's an interesting working collection all in great shape.
$70
Item Number d765
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Boxed Set of Irwin Auger Bits.
This is a two-teir box full of a complete set of 13 Irwin auger bits. These are the best general purpose bits out there, capable of working almost any type of wood, hard or soft, green or dry. They don't cut quite as fast as the Jennings pattern with double screws, but they are built together and resist clogging and stripping out better. There are 11 original bits, two bits that are proper replacements. All of the bits have good lead screws, cutters, and spurs. None have been sharpened incorrectly. It's a great working set.
$100
Item Number d766
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5/8in Fixed Hollow Auger .
This auger cuts a 5/8in wide round tenon on square stock. TI's marked Churchill. It is in excellent working order with two nice clean, sharp blades.
$20
Item Number d767
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Excellent Goodell-Pratt Two-Speed Breast Drill.
This is a heavy-duty breast drill of the highest quality. It has almost all original paint and is in excellent working order. it operates smoothly in both high and low gear. It has a tough three jaw chuck capable of holding round shank bits. A great drill to have for heavy-duty, high-torque jobs.
$35
Item Number d768
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Early, Small Hand Vise.
This is an early and apparently forged small hand vise with 1in jaws. It has a lot of age to it but it works well. . A small hand vise like this is invaluable for all sorts of shop work, especially sharpening small bits and blades.
$26
Item Number m1133
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Pair of Vintage Drawbore Pins.
This is a pair of drawbore pins one for large work, the other for smaller work. They aren't matched but both appear to be early, one clearly hand-forged. It's an uncommon vintage tool to find today.
$35
Item Number m1145
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Massive, Early 14in Drawknife.
this is a huge 14in drawknife with a nice thick blade in great shape. The knife is clearly hand-forged with a laid-up blade. The handles look like birch or maple sot me. They are both perfectly tight and without damage. The massive bevel is fairly sharp with a few small dings. There is no pitting on the back which is amazing considering the sheer surface area of it. This drawknife is has two S. Campbell touchmarks on the blade. I can't match this name to any of the Campbells in the EAIA DAT. IT's a really interesting, perfectly usable drawknife.
$55
Item Number m1146
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Early Disston Triumph Saw Set.
This is a good, usable example. It has the double clamp/set action that first holds the plate still, then sets the tooth. This one is probably best used for coarser crosscut saws and rip saws.
$15
Item Number m1147
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Interesting Two-Tier Oil Stone Box.
This mahogany box holds two oil stones, both measuring 8x2in. Both stones are in excellent condition with little wear. There is a mark on on stone that I can't quite make out. Both appear to be fine polishing stones, with the bottom one a bit finer than the top. Two perfectly usable stones in a really cool case.
$45
Item Number m1148
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Craftsman Lathe Tool Set.
This set likely dates to the 1970s.. It's a high speed steel turning tool set in nearly new condition. Some of the tools still have their original protective coating applied. It includes a 1in and 1/2in skew, 3/4, 1/2in, and 1/4in spindle gouges, 1/2in round scraper, 1/8in parting tool, and a 1/2in spearpoint. It's a nice starter set for spindle work.
$40
Item Number m1149
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Nearly Perfect Greenlee 10in Drawknife, Ready to Work.
This is a fantastic 10in drawknife in honed, ready to work condition. It was made by Greenlee in Rockford, IL. It's as nice as I've ever seen. I can't find a single defect.
$75
Item Number m1150
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Near Mine Stanley 386 Jointer Fence.
This is by far the nicest example I've come across. It has all original nickel and a fantastic rosewood knob. It works perfectly.
$120
Item Number m1152
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Exceptional North Brothers Yankee no. 41 Push Drill Mint IOB.
This is a fantastic tool for precisely boring small holes 1/8in and smaller. It's quick and easy to use and gives you a much better feel for the work than a small bit chucked in a power drill. This example is in its original box, in near mint condition, with eight bits in the magazine.
$35
Item Number m1153
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Exceptional North Brothers Yankee no. 41 Push Drill Mint IOB.
This is a fantastic tool for precisely boring small holes 1/8in and smaller. It's quick and easy to use and gives you a much better feel for the work than a small bit chucked in a power drill. This example is in its original box, in near mint condition, with eight bits in the magazine.
$35
Item Number m1154
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Stanley no 60 1 1/2in Chisel, IOB.
Here's one for the Stanley-In-The-Box collector.. a single 1 1/2in no. 60 in its original box. The box and chisel are both in excellent condition.
$25
Item Number m1155
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Stanley no. 26 Bits IOB.
Here's one for the Stanley-In-The-Box collector.. a pair of no. 26 3/8in screwdriver bits for a brace in mint condition in their original box.
$20
Item Number m1156
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Excellent Gunstock Scraper.
This beech scraper has a brass mouth piece to prevent wear. Ti has a freshly sharpened scraper blade and works very well. I tested it out and found that it cut well even in curly maple. It looks great and is ready to work
$30
Item Number m1157
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Beautiful Gunstock Scraper.
This scraper looks to be made from cherry. It's darkened do a deep red but the ray fleck is unmistakable. IT has a nice freshly sharpened blade and works well. Used like a spokeshave, it can scrape uncooperative woods that a shearing cuts leaves a mess of.
$26
Item Number m1158
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Stanley 151 Spokeshave.
This adjustable spokeshave isn't the prettiest, but it will work. The blade has some life left and is in decent condition. it has about half of its original japanning.
$20
Item Number m1159
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Record Spokeshave.
This is a small, simple shave in usable condition. It has a nice decent blade with no pitting at all. It's marked Record, A63
$20
Item Number m1160
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Interesting, Early Push Drill.
This small rosewood handled push drill is entirely un marked, and unlike anything I've come across before. It uses a hollow piece of rosewood to house the spring and drill mechanism. It uses a simple threaded shaft with a brass collar to hold the drill point. It's wonderfully made, and a beautiful tool, but I don't know much more about it.
$25
Item Number m1161
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Millers FAlls no. 1 Circular Cigar Spokeshave.
This is the best spokeshave for tight curves. This example is in very good condition with some use, but it still works well. I have a couple of replacement blades for these shaves. I can supply an extra one for a minimal cost if you want.
$50
Item Number m1162
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North Brothers no. 41 Push Drill.
This automatic "Yankee" push drill is in very god working order. It's a fantastic drill for boring tiny holes especially in thin stock. It gives you a much more precise feel than a small bit chucked in a power drill. It has a nice strong spring, smooth mechanism. There are seven bits of various sizes in the magazine. A nice working example
$26
Item Number m1163
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North Brothers no. 41 Push Drill.
This automatic "Yankee" push drill is in very good working order. It's a fantastic drill for boring tiny holes especially in thin stock. It gives you a much more precise feel than a small bit chucked in a power drill. It has a nice strong spring, smooth mechanism. There are five bits of various sizes in the magazine. A nice working example
$20
Item Number m1164
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North Brothers no. 41 Push Drill.
This automatic "Yankee" push drill is in very good working order. It's a fantastic drill for boring tiny holes especially in thin stock. It gives you a much more precise feel than a small bit chucked in a power drill. It has a nice strong spring, smooth mechanism. There are seven bits of various sizes in the magazine. A nice working example
$22
Item Number m1165
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Millers Falls no. 185A Push Drill.
This automatic "Yankee" push drill is in excellent condition and in fine working order. It's a fantastic drill for boring tiny holes especially in thin stock. It gives you a much more precise feel than a small bit chucked in a power drill. It has a nice strong spring, smooth mechanism. This model takes the standard dimple-shank drill points. There are seven bits of various sizes in the magazine. A nice working example
$26
Item Number m1167
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Excellent Millers Falls no. 67A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
this is an excellent example in perfect working order with virtually all of its original finish. It has a nice smooth action and straight shaft. It can be used as either a"Yankee" screwdriver using the spiral and a push motion, or as a standard ratchet screwdriver with the mechanism is locked. it comes with four bits, two flat screwdrivers, and two Phillips. It's a handy tool to have whenever you have a lot of assembly to do.
$25
Item Number m1168
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Excellent Millers Falls no. 61 Medium Duty Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is an very good example example in perfect working order and only minor wear. It has a nice smooth action and straight shaft. It can be used as either a"Yankee" screwdriver using the spiral and a push motion, or as a standard ratchet screwdriver with the mechanism is locked. it comes with four bits, two flat screwdrivers, and two Phillips. It's a handy tool to have whenever you have a lot of assembly to do.
$25
Item Number m1170
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Excellent North Brothers "Yankee" no. 30 Medium Duty Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is an very good example example in perfect working order and only minor wear. this is the model without the return spring. It is intended for two-handed use and is safe near fragile objects, kids, etc. It has a nice smooth action and straight shaft. It can be used as either a"Yankee" screwdriver using the spiral and a push motion, or as a standard ratchet screwdriver with the mechanism is locked. it comes with four bits, two flat screwdrivers, and two Phillips. It's a handy tool to have whenever you have a lot of assembly to do.
$25
Item Number m1171
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Excellent North Brothers "Yankee" no. 130A Large Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is an excellent example example in perfect working order and only minor wear. This is the model with the return spring so watch it carefully near fragile objects, kids, etc. It has a nice smooth action and straight shaft. It can be used as either a"Yankee" screwdriver using the spiral and a push motion, or as a standard ratchet screwdriver with the mechanism is locked. Using the return spring you can reach into tight spaces and use it on-handed. it comes with six bits, two flat screwdrivers, a scarce countersink bit, and three various sized Phillips. It's a handy tool to have whenever you have a lot of assembly to do.
$30
Item Number m1173
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Massive North Brothers "Yankee" no. 131A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
this is the big one, a full 17in long when closed. This is an excellent example example in perfect working order and only minor wear. This is the model with the return spring so watch it carefully near fragile objects, kids, etc. It has a nice smooth action and straight shaft. It can be used as either a "Yankee" screwdriver using the spiral and a push motion, or as a standard ratchet screwdriver with the mechanism is locked. Using the return spring you can reach into tight spaces and use it on-handed. it comes with six bits, two flat screwdrivers, three various sized Phillips, and a scarce 1/4in socket adapter the addition of which makes it an extraordinarily useful tool. It's a handy tool to have whenever you have a lot of assembly to do. It's an excellent working example in top condition
$35
Item Number m1174
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Scarce Millers Falls no.22 REversible Automatic Spral Screwdriver.
This is an excellent example in perfect working order. ti has two completely independent spirals one forwards and one backwards. They can be activated or locked using the threaded knurled collars. G-P humbly states that this is "Unquestionably the finest specimen of mechanical ingenuity ever shown in a screwdriver." It's in excellent working order
$30
Item Number m1175
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Starrett no. 203 Micrometer IOB.
This is a near mint Starrett 0-1in micrometer in its original box. It works perfectly. The box has no damage at all.
$28
Item Number mml1352
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Early Stanley 28in Cherry level.
This is an earlier example likely dating tot he late 1800s. It has the 11/11/1862 and 7/2/1872 patent dates on the plate. Both level and plumb vials are intact. There are brass caps at the ends. It has some minor dings and scratches but is in better condition than the majority of vintage levels I find. There is a partial decal remaining on one side.
$30
Item Number mml1369
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Sandusky 3/8in Dado Plane.
this is a completely usable dado plane with a straight body, nice clean blade without pitting, and a long nicker. The nicker scores the wood fibres ahead of the main blade to help maintain a nice clean dado. This one has seen use, but remains in very good working order. The depth stop operates easily and stays set. It's not easy to find smaller dados like this in usable condition..
$50
Item Number mml1370
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Tiny Goddell-Pratt 3in Spring Dividers.
This is a hard to find 3in size which is perfect for dovetail layout. It's a bit dirty, but it'll work fine.
$24
Item Number mml1371
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Early Winterbottom Patent 6in Try and Mitre Square.
This is a good, usable example with the early circular patent date of June 29, 1869. It's straight and square with some wear and tear.
$10
Item Number mml1372
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Clean Stanley SW Era no. 66 1/2 Three Foot Folding Rule.
This is a nice clean example with crisp, bold markings and all three alignment pins. It dates to the Sweetheart era ca. 1930.
$28
Item Number mml1373
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Exceptional Starrett 12in Combination Square.
This is a nearly mint No. 4 combination square with al original finish on the square head, its original scribe, and intact level vial. The rule is crisp and clean with almost no wear. It works perfectly.
$75
Item Number mml1374
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Mint Starrett no. 563 4in Hermaphrodite Calipers.
This caliper in near mint condition. Lists for more than $50 new.
$20
Item Number mml1375
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Exceptional Stanley 10in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is a crisp, clean bevel with exceptional rosewood in the stock. The blade is clean and straight and locks perfectly.
$26
Item Number mml1376
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Lufkin no. 455 4in Pocket Caliper.
This small vernier caliper is in nearly new condition. It has no discoloration and works perfectly.
$20
Item Number mml1377
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Mint Starrett 6in Inside Calipers.
This pair of 6in inside calipers is in new, mint condition.
$26
Item Number mml1378
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Starrett no. 46 6in Depth Gauge.
this depth gauge has a no. 330 6in rule and is in excellent condiiton
$20
Item Number mml1379
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Pair of Mint Starrett Scribes.
This is a pair of unused Starrett scribes, one large, one small. The points can be reversed to store securely in the handle. They are in absolutely mint conditon
$30
Item Number mml1380
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5in Spring Dividers.
Unmarked, in perfect working order. An ideal size for bench layout work.
$20
Item Number mml1381
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Union Tool Co 6in Outside Calipers.
These calipers are in excellent condition and work perfectly.
$12
Item Number mml1382
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Pair of Outside Calipers.
This is a pair of 4in and a pair of 6in outside calipers both in excellent working order. The larger is a Union Tool Co., the smaller Ecelsten & Co.
$20
Item Number mml1383
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Early 8in Wing Divders.
These dividers were made by Roys and Wilcox in Berlin, CT ca. 1845-70. This company eventually merged into the PS&W company around 1870. The dividers are in good working order with lots of patina. The adjuster and locking screw work perfectly and the legs are in good shape.
$28
Item Number mml1384
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Union tool Co 6in Outside Calipers.
These calipers are in excellent working order. A handy size for lathe work, etc.
$12
Item Number mml1385
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Excellent PS&W 8in Dividers.
These wing dividers have an excellent, honest patina with no rust or pitting at all.. They are in perfect working order with nice sharp points. A handy size for bench work.
$30
Item Number mml1386
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Brown and Sharpe 6in Hermaphrodite Calipers .
These calipers are in ver yoog docniditon and work perfectly.
$10
Item Number mml1387
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Starrett 4in Hermaphrodite Calipers .
These calipers are in excellent condition and work perfectly.
$12
Item Number mml1388
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Excellent 7in Wing Dividers.
These dividers were made by the Miller Tool Co. in Newark, NJ. They are very clean and work perfectly. A nice smaller size for bench work.
$28
Item Number mml1389
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Double Beam Marking Gauge.
This gauge is unmarked in and ver god working order. The beams have inlaid scales marked in centimeters. It has nice long, sharp points on both beams.
$20
Item Number mml1390
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Matched Pair of Handled Plank Match Planes.
This pair of tongue and groove planes are extra-long at 13in overall and have extended fences which makes them ideal for working long planks. They are designed to work on 7/8in stock but should work on 8/8 as well. They are in good working order with a few things to mention. The horn of the grooving plane was truncated long ago. The blade on the tongue plane has some minor pitting but nothing I think will post a challenge at all. They are an unusual pair made by an early New Jersey platemaker T. Shepard who, according to AWP-IV worked ca. 1850. The mark rated (***) for rarity. It's a good usable pair of planes that would make a fine addition to a working kit or collection.
$60
Item Number mp1367
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Mathieson, Glasgow 7/8in Torus Bead.
This is a larger Torus bead for large moldings and architectural scale work. It's a well-made plane in very good condition. it's completely usable- the boxing is excellent and the blade is sharp without any pitting at all.
$30
Item Number mp1373
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Top Quality 3/4in Dado Plane by Varvill.
This is an exceptional 3/4in dado plane made by one of the finest British makers. It remains in excellent condition and perfect working order. Both the blade and nicker have lots of life left. The depth stop is nice and tight but operates easily enough. The sole is straight with no twist or warp. It'll be a solid worker in the most popular size.
$65
Item Number mp1401
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Early 1 3/8in British Skew Rabbet by Nelson.
This plane was made by William or richard Nelson in London ca. 1805-1852 according to Goodman. The plane has seen a lot of use but is still quite usable. It has an assortment of dings and scratches that give it a lot of character, but it has no damage. The sole could be trued a bit to flatten it and sharpen up the working corner, but the blade won't need much work. It has a lot of length left to it and zero pitting at all on the back. It's a nice early, interesting rabbet ready to be put back to work.
$28
Item Number mp1404
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Mathieson 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a York Pitch 5/8in side bead with a nice deep quirk. It's seen a lot of use and has its dings and scratches, but it remains completely usable. The blade needs a bit of a touch up but it has a lot of length left and a nice polished back. the bevel is quite sharp. It's a decent plane made in Edinburgh
$24
Item Number mp1405
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Early, Modified Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane has the typical flat chamfers, deep gouge cuts, and rounded wedge finial of a late 18th century/early 19th century molder. It has no maker's mark that I can see so I can't tell for sure when or where it was made. It' in excellent condition overall with very little wear and absolutely exceptional beech. The ray fleck on the sides is outstanding. The sole was modified and a fence added to allow it to cut without spring. The profile is a 1in wide ogee. The cabinet pitch blade is in excellent condition with no pitting at all.
$35
Item Number mp1407
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Interesting Double-Iron Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane by Wallace, Montreal.
This plane cuts a 1 1/2in wid eby 7/8in deep quirk ogee and bevel profile- the standard casing and cornice molding found everywhere. It uses two irons to make this cut- one to work the flat bevel, the other the quirk ogee. Although this tok more effort to make the plane the use of two irons makes perfect sense. The iron that cuts the flat bevel is going to tka emuch more wear than the iron that cuts the ogee, since it removes much more wood. A such it would need to be ground and sharpened much more frequently. It's certainly a lot easier to grind that one iron on its own than to grind an entier 1 1/2in wide blade profile. The place is in very good condition with some wear, but not much. Both blades are nearly full length and neither has a single speck of pitting on the back. It was made by Wallace in Montreal, a name that doesn't appear in any of my references. It's an interesting plane in nice shape.
$55
Item Number mp1408
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Excellent 1in Skew Rabbet by Dawson, Montreal.
Apparently I've stumbled upon a cache of Canadian molding planes this month- this is number three so far. It was made by J. Dawson in Montreal, a name that doesn't appear in AWP-IV or Goodman. It remains in excellent condition and should be perfectly usable. The sole is straight with no twist or warp. The blade is very clean, decently sharp, and has zero pitting. It's quite clean and crisp overall, with minimal wear. It looks like a great worker in a nice smaller size.
$45
Item Number mp1409
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Early John Green, London Small Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane was likely made in the late 18th century according to the maker's mark, Goodman's history of Green, and the plane's features. It has seen some use, and has been modified a bit- the profile is completely boxed, cutting a 1in wide by 1/4in deep quirk ogee and bevel. The heel is marked 1/4in as expected. The plane is dark from use but has little in the way of dings or scratches. The blade is close to perfect without a speck of pitting anywhere. It's an interesting early plane with a nice profile
$45
Item Number mp1410
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Exceptional Charles & Co Flat Ogee Molding PLane.
This plane cuts an especially nice 1in wide by 1/4in deep flat ogee. It's in especially nice condition with almost no wear to the body. It hardly has a ding or scratch, save a few hammer marks on the sole. It was made in Birmingham ca. 1854-86. The blade is exceptionally well kept with zero pitting and a very sharp bevel. It needs a very quick trip to the grinder to even out the profile so that it projects evenly. It's not too far off and won't take much effort at all to have up and running. It's a great plane , a beautiful profile and certainly worth it.
$60
Item Number mp1412
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1 1/4in Double-Iron Nosing PLane.
This plane was made by Ohio under the Bartlett name. It's in good condition with some wear but no damage. Both blades are excellent. It cuts a full 180 degree round-over on 5/4in thick stock.
$20
Item Number mp1413
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Interesting 1/2in Wide Skewed, Slanted Rabbet Plane.
This is a very well-made skew rabbet with a slanted sole to allow it to get into tight spaces. It's crisp and clean with almost no wear. The blade is nearly perfect. It has no maker's mark I can see. It looks to be completely usable to me.
$30
Item Number mp1414
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Fully Boxed 5/8in Side Bead.
This plane has no maker's mark I can see but the sole is nicely done with full hammerhead boxing, a feature only found on high-end planes. The plane is fairly clean and crisp, without much wear. The blade is long and has no pitting.
$24
Item Number mp1416
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Buck, London 1/2in Slipped Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Buck at the 245 Tottemham Ct Rd location. It's seen use and has a great look and feel to it. It has no damage and should be a quite decent worker. The blade is bedded at cabinet pitch. It's quite sharp and has no pitting at all on the back.
$28
Item Number mp1417
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Scarce Boxed, Skewed rabbet with Nicker.
This is a rarity- a boxed rabbet with a dovetailed nicker in very good user condition. It was made by E.T. Ring in Worthington, MA ca. 1840-47 according to AWP-IV. The plane has a 1 1/2in wide width of cut. The entire working corner is boxed for wear resistance. As-found, the plane's side and sole were out of square and not flat so I trued it a bit just to make sure it would be usable. The blade is in great shape with lots of good life in it still. The back has no pitting at all. The dovetailed sliding nicker also has a lot of good length to it. It fits securely in its slot. The nicker allows it to be used both with and across the grain with ease. It's a hard one to find and It should be a great working plane
$60
Item Number mp1419
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Deep Ohio 3/4in Side Bead.
This 3/4in side bead has an extra-quirk. The plane is in very good condition with some staining but hardly any wear at al. The boxing is straight. The blade is in great shape without any pitting at all. It's a good size for larger moldings, and architectural scale work. It should be a fine user.
$25
Item Number mp1421
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Medium/Large Quirk Ovolo and Astragal Moling Plane.
This plane's maker mark was overstamped by an owner, so I can't tell for sure, but I believe it to be a mid-late 19th century British plane. it's in very good condition overall. It has a nice even, honest patina with only light signs of use. The blade has a lot of length left, no pitting, and is quite sharp. The boxed quirk is straight with one small chip.The profile the plane cuts is 1 3/4in wide by 5/8in deep. It's an especially curvy profile ideal for a cornice or small casing molding.
$45
Item Number mp1422
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Very Good Sandusky 1in Skew RAbbet Molding Plane.
This is a lightly used 1in skew rabbet with a freshly jointed sole. The working corners are crisp and the sole is dead straight and flat. The blade is nearly full length and has zero pitting at all on the back. It's a solid user rabbet in a very useful small size. It should be a great worker.
$35
Item Number mp1423
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Massive 1 1/2in Nosing Plane by Auburn.
This plane is in very good condition with no visible wear or use at all. the blade is perfect. The plane body has minor dings from just sitting around getting bumped on the shelf. It's a fantastic example in an extra-large size. It should work well, but pushing this monster is going to be a challenge!
$25
Item Number mp1424
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*Working* Dutch Small Grooving Plane.
This gorgeous Dutch plane is heavily carved and in excellent condition. It cuts a groove a little over 1/8in wide a little over 1/8in from the edge of a board. IT would be a good drawer bottom grooving plane, or suitable for small frame and panel work. The iron has been sharpened and I've made test cuts with it. It cuts a nice clean groove and is ready to work.
$45
Item Number mp1425
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*Working* Small, Early Moseley Cove and Ovolo Molding Plane.
This is a gorgeous plane dating to ca. 1809-1818 (according to Goodman) based on the 16 New St. location and the lack of an "& Son" in the maker's Mark. The plane is in very good condition overall with some light wear and dings from 200+ years of existence it has a cabinet pitch blade in exceptional condition. The ovolo portion of the sole profile, the part that does the most work, is fully boxed to prevent wear. The plane cuts a sweet little cove and ovolo approx. 5/8in wide by 3/16in deep. It's one of my favorite profiles in a cute small size. As you can see in the photos, I put some time into it and tuned it up enough to get it working order. It cuts a nice smooth profile that needs no sanding prior to finishing. It's a fun, early plane to use.. ready to go out of the box.
$110
Item Number mp1426
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*Working* Matched Pair of C. Nurse Small Ogee Molding Planes.
This is one of those few things I know for sure I'll regret selling at some point in the future. These two planes were made by C. Nurse in London in the early 20th century. Nurse made absolutely top quality planes and these are no exception. They are crisp, clean, and perfectly executed- the mouths are tight, the cabinet pitch blades nearly perfect. Note the near knife edge at the end of the ramp where it meets the wedge in the mortise. Few makers put the time into that detail. They are beautiful planes. One cuts a 1/2in ogee, the other is 3/8in. Both have the same owner's mark and have always been together. They are really as nice as they come. I've used them occasionally but I have duplicates in this size so I decided to let the pair go. I put some time into tuning and testing them and found that they work beautifully as you can see in the photos. I think to find a better pair of planes to work with you'd probably have to go to Old Street or Matt Bickford. This is the sort of tool you'll use carefully and pass on to the next generation.
$220
Item Number mp1428
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*Working* Mathieson 1/2in Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This is a later Mathieson with the "Glasgow and Edinburgh" mark. It has a York pitch blade and cuts a smaller 1/2in wide flat ovolo, a handy little profile for smaller work. the plane is nice and clean with little wear. I put a bit of time into the blade to prove that the plane works well. It cuts a nice clean crisp profile as you see in the photos. The blade could use a final honing to get it hair-shaving sharp, but it won't take long at all.
$65
Item Number mp1429
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Fantastic *Working* W. Marples Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane is tuned and ready to work out of the box. I've put some time into honing and testing the blade and I'm very happy with it. It cuts a cute little 5/8in wide ovolo. The profile it leaves behind is glassy smooth with crisp, sharp edges. You can see the test run I made in the photos. If you want to understand why some folks like molding planes vs. routers, this is the plane to try. You'll never get this sort of finished profile with a router or shaper. the plane has a york pitch blade in excellent condition. There is no pitting. The body has some signs of use. but it's nothing more than a few dings and scratches. It has a lovely, honest patina. It's a simple plane to use with its wide fence and depth stop. Just line it up at the proper spring angle and plane 'till it bottoms out. It's a nice simple molder to start with.
$95
Item Number mp1431
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*Working* 3/4in Square Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane has no maker's mark I can discern, but it's very well made and works well. I put a bit of time into the blade and have it working nicely as you can see in the photos. It cuts a 3/4in square ovolo which is perfect edge treatment for thicker stock like for a blanket chest lid, tool chest top, etc. The profile it leaves behind is crisp, clean, and smooth. It should be a fantastic worker and a nice addition to any working collection of molders.
$80
Item Number mp1432
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*Working* D. Malloch, Perth 5/8in Flat Ovolo in Excellent Working Order.
This is a crisp, clean, nicely preserved molder in excellent working condition. I put some time into honing the blade, getting it quite sharp and matching the sole profile well. It projects evenly across the profile and cuts very well, leaving a nice clean, crisp ovolo. The plane has a cabinet pitch blade with zero pitting on the back. It has a very tight mouth. The profile it leaves is 5/8in wide and about 3/16in deep, a nice way to break the edge of a table top, shelf, drawer front, etc. It's also an easy plane to use with its nice wide fence to help keep it at the proper spring angle. It's a great plane to start with.
$90
Item Number mp1433
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Excellent C. Nurse Drawer Bottom Plow Plane.
This is a short, molding plane-sized plow plane intended for making grooves in drawer bottoms and frame and panel work. It doesn't have all the frills of a fully-fledged plow plane, but it does the job well. It has a 3/16in wide blade in deadly sharp condition. It's been fully honed and polished and is ready to work. The plane has Nurse's Invicta mark at the toe. It's in excellent working order and should be a superb worker.
$65
Item Number mp1435
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Excellent Moseley, London 5/8in Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 5/8in wide and 1/2in deep ovolo, slightly deeper than most I see. It's a crisp, excellent plane with little wear and no damage. The cabinet pitch blade has no pitting at all on the back. The mouth is still nice and sharp. It needs to be tuned, but that won't take much time. It'll be a fantastic worker.
$50
Item Number mp1436
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Early 1/4in Astragal Molding Plane.
This appears to be a very early 18th century American astragal. It's stamped T. COGLAN at the toe, a maker I can't find in eithe rGoodmand or AWP-IV. It has all of the hallmarks of an 18th century plane, but without a firm reference I Can't guarantee it 100%. It has the typical dings and scratches from storage, but remains in very good condition overall. It might make a good addition to a collection of early planes, as well as s fun research project.
$35
Item Number mp1437
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Interesting Varvill Grecian Ogee Molding PLane.
This is the first plane I can remember with this form- it's marked "Grecian Oge" on the heel along with no. 3. It's made by Varvill, York, one of Britain's best. The plane's sole is absolutely original and the blade matches exactly. The mouth is even across the entire width and the working edge is boxed for wear resistance. It doesn't look like it cuts a Grecian Ogee to me, and the no. 3 is strange.. I have suspicions what it is- I'd like to hear any opinions on it. It's in excellent condition with some minor wear. An interesting puzzle.
$45
Item Number mp1438
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Excellent Currie, Glasgow Meeting Rail Plane.
This is an adjustable sashmaker's plane used to cut the waterproof joint between the upper and lower sash. This is an exceptional example in great shape with no damage at all. It hardly looks used. The blade is near perfect and te fence locks securely.
$40
Item Number mp1439
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Massive Griffiths 2in Skew Rabbet.
Big British rabbets like this one are hard to find. This one was made for Griffiths, NOrwich, a top quality maker in the mid-late 19th century. This plane is in very good condition with minor wear and staining, but no damage. the massive blade is quite clean, especially considering all of that surface area. It needs a bit of tweaking and the sole trued, but it's in much better condition than the vast majority. It should be a capable user.
$40
Item Number mp1440
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Mathieson 3/4in Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 1/2in deep and 3/4in wide ovolo profile. It's in very good condition overall with some wear and use, but not much. The York pitch blade has minimal pitting and is also in good shape. The body is honestly patinaed from use and storage but has no remarkable damage. it's a solid, usable molder with a desirable profile for chest tops, etc.
$40
Item Number mp1441
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*Working* Early 3/8in Ovolo Molding Plane.
This looks to be an early 19th century or late 18th century molding plane, likely British, but I can't tell for sure. The maker's mark has been overstamped and is now illegible. This is one of the few planes I have left that came from the Colonial Williamsburg collection, a collection that included many early planes from this era. It's in good condition with lots of wear and use, but it still works very well. I spent some time on the blade and have it working quite well, cutting a nice crisp 3/8in square ovolo and leaving behind a nice smooth profile. You can see the finished results in the photo link. It's a fun plane to use and definitely a piece of history.
$85
Item Number mp1442
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*Working* Small Reverse Ogee in Exceptional condition.
This plane was mad eby G. DAvis, a Birmingham maker who worked from 1821-76. The plane is in exceptional condition with almost no wear, a super tight mouth, and an excellent blade. I spent some time on the blade and have it running very well. The blade projects evenly across the mouth and cuts very well. It leaves behind an unbelievably smooth profile as you can see in the photos. It's a nice little profile well sited for decorating the edge of a shelf, tabletop, chest lid etc. It's a gorgeous molder in ready-to-work condition
$125
Item Number mp1443
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*Working* D. Malloch, Perth Double-Iron Ogee and Ovolo Molding Plane.
This is outrageous molding plane in absolutely superb condition. It cuts a small 5/8in wide by 1/2in deep ogee and ovolo molding, a gorgeous little profile. One blade cuts the ovolo, the other the ogee. This makes it immeasurably easier to sharpen the blades when the plane is being used. The plane is made to the highest standards with crisp, clean edges, a knife-thin ramp where it transitions to the wedge, and two beautiful cabinet pitch blades. I put some time into both blades and have it running very nicely. It's a blast to use this plane- when you get down to the end it's fun to see two wide shavings being ejected at the same time, one from each mouth. It's really as nice as they come, and the profile it leaves behind is quite elegant. I haven't seen one like this before, and probably won't again. It's ready to use- I hope you put it to work.
$180
Item Number mp1444
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*Working* Fully-Boxed Moseley and Son Cove and Ovolo Molding PLane.
This is an early Moseley plane made in London ca. 1819-1830 according to Goodman. The plane is in excellent working order with a nice fully-boxed sole. The profile it cuts is a 5/8in wide by 1/4in deep cove and ovolo- a really cute profile suited for small work. The plane is in excellent working order and can be used as-is. I put some time into the blade and have it working very well. It left a glass-smooth surface in some of the test cuts I made- you can see this in the photos I have included. The cabinet pitch blade is clean and has no pitting. It will be a top quality worker right out of the box. .
$110
Item Number mp1445
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*Working* Mathieson 1/2in Square Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane is in excellent condition, and works very well. I tuned the blade and ran some test moldings with it as you can see in the photos. It leaves behind a nice smooth profile. The 1/2in square ovolo is a handy little shape for shelf edges, table tops, small boxes, etc. The plane is in excellent condition with one flaw. It is nice and crisp and clean with a very tight mouth. The original decal is on the escapement side near the toe. The wedge didn't fit right so I had to tune it a bit in order for it to seat well and no clog. As such, it doesn't exactly match the rest of the plane in terms of patina, but it works well. It's a nice crisp plane ready to use out of the box.
$90
Item Number mp1446
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Millers Falls no. 206 All-Steel Block Plane.
This is a tough steel block plane that you can pack in your kit of outdoor tools and not be afraid of breaking it. It's a simple, well-made block plane in excellent condition. It has every speck of original paint and the blade is in excellent condition.
$28
Item Number op280
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Scarce Stanley no. S18 Block Plane.
This is a steel block plane made for hard use in school shops and other work sites where a cast plane is too delicate. It has a knuckle joint lever cap with the SW logo and its original SW blade. There is a sort of adjustable mouth piece that functions about the same as a no. 18. It's a bit dirty with some nickel loss, but it's a perfectly functional plane and a decent example of a rare Stanley model.
$30
Item Number op308
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Early STanley 220 Block Plane.
This is a perfectly usable small block plane. It's not the prettiest, nor the sexiest model, but if you need a small block for working outside or to let the kids or neighbors use, this is a good choice. It dates to ca. 1900. It has all original japanning on the bed, but not on the cap. The blade is in really decent shape.
$15
Item Number op317
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Extra-Clean, early Stanley no. 110 Block Plane.
The lowly 110 gets no love, but it's a decent plane to use in a spot where you don't want to risk using your Lie-Nielsen or Stanley 65. This is a really clean, crisp example dating to ca. 1900. It has the original circular-logo Stanley blade with no pitting. It retains almost all japanning with only minor wear. If you want one to complete a collection or put to work this is a good choice.
$20
Item Number op318
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Excellent Stanley No. 130 Double-Ended Block PLane.
This is a "type 11" era plane with the V logo blade. It's in excellent condition with almost all original finish. The rosewood knob has no damage. The blade is nearly perfect. This plane can be used as a standard block or a bullnose plane. This is a really clean example to use or put in a collection.
$35
Item Number op319
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Exceptional Stanley no. 48 Tongue and Groove Plane.
This is a excellent no. 48 with the B casting mark that dates to right around 1900. It has at least 99% nickel remaining. Both blades are sharp and honed, ready to work. The swing fence is tight with no slop at all when locked. It's about as nice as they come, a perfect worker.
$140
Item Number op320
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Record 077A Bullnose Rabbet Plane, Ready to Work.
This is an exceptionally clean and crisp plane with a sharp, honed blade in ready to work condition. the only flaw at all is a missing screw from the front which was replaced with a properly fitting phillips screw. It will make an exceptional worker right out of the box.
$65
Item Number op321
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Lie-Nielsen no. 102 Small Block Plane.
This is a pocket-sized block plane with a low-angle blade. It's seen some use but remains in excellent condition with all original japanning on the bed. It includes an extra blade. It's honed and ready to go.
$100
Item Number p536
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Nice Stanley Wartime No. 4 Smooth Plane.
This plane was made in the second quarter of 1945 according to the date cod on its blade. It shows the usual wartime economies due to supply shortages. It's lightly and evenly patinated overall. It had no damage, and little wear. The blade is in exceptionally clean condition with zero pitting. It should be a capable worker.
$40
Item Number p537
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Stanley no. 3 Small Smooth Plane.
This is a nice type 18 made right after the WWI era ca. 1946-47. It has the rosewood knob and tote as well as the diagonally knurled adjusting wheel. It's lightly patinated on the sides and sole, but the knob and tote are perfect and it has 100% japanning. The adjusters work fine. The blade has some serious pitting that won't be worth lapping out. I've included a mint, NOS blade with the plane (see photos). It should be a really good user.
$50
Item Number p538
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Stanley no. 3 WWII Era Small Smooth Plane.
This plane was made in the fourth quarter of 1944 according to the date cod on its blade. It shows the usual wartime economies due to supply shortages. It's lightly and evenly patinated overall. It had no damage, and little wear. the bed has all original japanning. The tote is missing some black paint. All of the adjusters work smoothly. The blade is in exceptionally clean condition with zero pitting. It should be a capable worker.
$50
Item Number p539
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Excellent Record no. 04 Smooth Plane.
This is a record 04 2in metallic smooth plane, an identical design to a Stanley 4, and of equal quality. This example is nice and clean with nearly all original blue paint on the bed, perfect nickel on the cap, and a nice long, clean blade. The knob and tote are free of damage. The tote retains its original decal on top.A solid user smooth plane
$40
Item Number p540
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Pre-WWII Stanley 5 1/4in Junior Jack PLane.
This is a pre-WWI plane in ready-to-use condition. The knob and tote have no damage. The sides and sole are clean. Japanning is 99% or better. The blade has no pitting, is lapped, and is ready to work. The only flaw is a slight skew in the frog which causes the blade to project unevenly with the lateral adjuster in the 12o'clock position. It needs to be moved to about 11o'clock for the blade to project evenly. It's a minor thing, but It's there.. Otherwise it works just fine.
$50
Item Number p541
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W. Butcher 2 1/8in Single Iron.
This is an early, usable singe iron by Butcher, Sheffield. It bears Butcher's arrow trademark and the "**" designation. There is scattered pinprick pitting that won't make sharpening very hard.
$15
Item Number part180
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Stewart Double-Iron Ovolo and Cove Molding Plane.
This plane has seen use for sure. Both blades need work or replacing- the fact that the profile is split into two blades makes replacing one or both easy. It has some old filled wormholes. It's a pretty profile that should be restored.
$14
Item Number part210
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Early, extra-wide 2 1/2in James Cam Single Iron.
This is an early single iron in decent shape. It does have light pitting that, if you intend to use it, could be overcome with a slight back bevel. Single ions this wide are tough to find,
$12
Item Number part222
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Unfinished Steel Bullnose Plane.
This is a solid steel bullnose made from peened steel plates, not cast. It needs a 1 1/8in wide blade. There is a proto wedge in place that could be refined a bit and used. It looks like a fun project.
$25
Item Number part234
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Massive 1/2in Pigsticker Mortise Chisel`.
This huge chisel is British for sue, but I can't make out the light maker's stamp. The handle has enough cracks that it should be replaced. The back has scattered pitting but it cleans up easily enough. i quickly lapped it to get the working edge clean and decently sharp.
$15
Item Number part237
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3/8in Pigsticker Mortise Chisel.
This chisel is in great shape but it needs a new handle. The handle has been damaged in use, though the damage looks very old and the chisel was used well after it was damaged. There is no maker's mark I can see. The back is perfectly clean without any pitting at all.
$22
Item Number part238
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Mint, New Old Stock Brades 4.5in Adze Head.
This adze was made by the Brades Steel Works in Birmingham likely sometime around 1940. It's in mint, unused condition with its original black finish and decal. Just add a handle and you should have a fantastic working adze.
$45
Item Number part240
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Early 4.5in Carpenters Adze Head.
This adze head has an early appearance to it but no maker's mark. The head is in good shape with only one speck of pitting on the back near the edge. Otherwise it's discolored but free of pitting. It has a hammer head on the opposite side to allow for driving pegs. Just add a handle and go.
$30
Item Number part241
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Scarce Mathieson 5/8in Flat Chamfer Sash Plane .
This plane is crisp and excellent- it just needs an iron.
$15
Item Number part255
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Scarce Mathieson 5/8in Flat Chamfer Sash Plane .
This plane is crisp and excellent- it just needs an iron.
$15
Item Number part256
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Four Matched Pairs of Griffiths Hollows and Rounds .
These hollows and rounds are listed in my parts and projects section because they need work if you want them to become usable. These are all cabinet pitch planes with very slightly skewed blades. There are some excellent plane s her and some not so excellent. This is not a beginner's set. It's a set for someone with the time and skill to make them usable again.The set consists of the following:



No. 12 (1in wide) bodies are decent. The round blade is incorrect but could be ground to fit pretty easily. Hollow has an incorrect that will need to be replaced.

No. 14 1 1/8in wide. Round is excellent all-around, the hollow has a seriously pitted blade.

No. 16 1 1/4in wide. Hollow has an incorrect blade that is too wide and will need to be ground to fit. The round has scattered pitting ont he blade. Both bodies are decent.

No. 18 1 1/2in wide. The hollow's blade is off and needs to be reground. The round is in excellent condition.
$100
Item Number part42
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Interesting adjustable Fret Saw.
This is a small fret saw that can take blades from3-6in. It has a 2.5in deep throat. The handle is some sort of dark, burly wood. The integral tensions in/adjusting mechanism is one I haven't seen before and works really well. It is completely unmarked. I have some assorted jewelers' blades I can include with it to get you started.
$25
Item Number s520
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Modern Disston 26in D-95 8PPI Crosscut Saw.
This saw was made in Danville by Disston. It probably dates to the 70s or 80s. It's in virtually mint condition with no damage and sharp teeth. It cuts well, even if it isn't terribly sexy.
$25
Item Number s521
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Monster Disston 28in 4PP No. 7 Rip Saw.
This is one massive saw with a 28in plate 2 7/8in deep at the toe. It has 4PPI in the working area, 5PPI closer to the toe. The plate is dead straight. All of the teeth are in good condition. It won't require much in way of filing to get it sharp and ready to work. The etch is light but visible. The blade has even, honest patination, but nothing at all in the way of pitting towards the teeth. The beech handle has three patent dates stamped on it- May 12, 74, Aug 28, 76, and Nov 18, 79. It has the sunken style medallion without the patent dates which dates to ca. 1878-88. The handle is nearly perfect except for a broken top horn which was nicely repaired with glue and a brass screw. IT's a huge rip saw for someone with long arms and a lot of stock to rip. It should be a fantastic worker.
$95
Item Number s522
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Interesting Hobbies Patent 18in deep Fret Saw.
This is an interesting lever-action fret saw with an 18in deep throat, capable of accepting 5in blades. It's in sound working condition
$30
Item Number s523
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Nice Rosewood Handled Pad Saw.
This saw has an exceptional rosewood handle with nice grain and color. The blade is decent.
$20
Item Number s524
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Very Early Frame Saw.
This saw holds an 18in blade. Its constructed with pegged mortise and tenon joints. The blade tensioning and locking mechanism is simply two wedge tenons applied to a through mortise to apply tension on the blade. It's a really nice design, well-executed and clearly quite early.
$120
Item Number s525
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24in Bow/Frame Saw.
This is a European style bow or frame saw with a 24in blade. It is in excellent working order.
$75
Item Number s526
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Exceptional Danish Wooden Plane.
This plane looks like it's made of mahogany.It's marked C. Jacobsen, Kobenhavn. It has a beautifully carved horn which, unlike most, is symmetrical and can be gripped by either a righty or lefty. The sole is steel plated and the mouth reduced to a whisper. This is a top-end smoother no doubt. The blade is a massive 2in wide double iron by Goldenberg, the famous French edge tool maker. The plane is in great shape and should be an exceptional user. It's been used but well cared for and has little wear.
$50
Item Number wbp369
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Small British Wooden Router Plane.
This is a small 5 1/4in wide router with a 5/8in blade . It's a smaller version of the classic British form It's clean and in sound working order.
$25
Item Number wbp390
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Excellent Weiss Horned Scrub Plane.
This is the original wooden scrub plane with a nice thin blade just a hair over 1in wide, a stout horn, and an applied hornbeam sole attached to the beech body. It's a plane made for rapid stock removal. The highly cambered blade pulls off thick chips with ease. The slick wooden sole and low weight makes it an easy plane to push for long period of time. Try to push this plane versus a metallic jack with a cambered blade and you'd quickly see the difference. The blade is in excellent condition and the plane's wooden body has little wear. It's a fantastic tool, ready to be put to hard use, made by Weiss and Sohn in Germany.
$60
Item Number wbp391
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Continental Wooden Bench Plane.
This 9in long wooden plane has a 1 5/8in wide double iron made by Peugeot.. Yes, that's the same Peugeot.. The plane is well made and the thick, laminated blade is in excellent condition.
$20
Item Number wbp392
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Tiny Horned Scrub Plane.
This is about a 1/3 scale wooden horned scrib in the typical continental style. It's fully usable and in decent shape. The plane holds a tiny Two Cherries 1in wide single iron. Fully usable and definitely cute
$25
Item Number wbp393
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Nice Wooden Horned Smooth Plane.
This plane has a 1 3/4in wide double iron by Buck Brothers. It's entirely possible it's an American horned smoother- several companies made them here although they were much more popular over in continental Europe. The plane has some wear but remains in good, usable condition. It's a bit dark with patina and age, but here is little wear or damage. The bottom has been soled with rosewood with a lighter wood inlaid at the mouth perhaps Boxwood? It looks like a solid user bench plane.
$28
Item Number wbp394
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